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Bet $5 On Purdue vs. Indiana & Get $150 If You Pick The Winner

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It’s a Big Ten matchup as the Purdue Boilermakers travel to Bloomington Indiana to take on the Hoosiers. Here’s what you need to know to (Responsibly) make the most out of this sweet DraftKings offer.

A win against a solid Michigan State squad ended a rough stretch of losses for the 4-7 Hoosiers, and by rough, I mean all seven of their losses happened in a row. Granted, they’ve not had an easy schedule, and their last game should be yet another challenge. While the offense has been serviceable, scoring 24 points a game off of 320 yards from scrimmage, their defense has let more people down than Billy Buckner. They’ve been awful, especially against the run, which Purdue is eager to take advantage of. I do really like Shaun Shivers, though; on a struggling team, he is still finding a way to be productive. That being said, this game might be like 1 ply toilet paper for Indiana fans: rough.

Now Purdue is quietly having a good season. They’re 7-4 and tied for the lead in the Big Ten West. Their offense is rolling, scoring 28.5 points a game off of over 400 yards, and the defense, while not quite as good, has been satisfactory, just like my blogging ability. They have a solid run game that will benefit them this weekend, and QB Aidan O’Connell has looked pretty good with 20 touchdowns and almost 3,000 yards. The spread for this game is 10.5 for a reason, play it safe and take the Boilermakers.

I think Purdue will boil the Hoosiers. Take Purdue Moneyline and get your free $150 from DraftKings!

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Written by Intern Ben

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